Media Street – May 19, 2018

After a disappointing start to the season, the Saints have another chance to claim their second win of the season when they square off against Collingwood tonight. What is being said about the club on Media Street?


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Saturday, May 19 2018
Steven’s future in doubt after concussions  Media Street 2 Saints to debut Rice
Young defender Bailey Rice will follow in his father’s footsteps, when he makes his debut for St Kilda against Collingwood
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 Media Street 3 What STK can learn from GT ‘Circuit-Breakers’
What happens when you are out of form or in a slump? Sometimes what the group needs is a circuit breaker – a deviation from the norm.
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St Kilda champion Nick Riewoldt says he’s “extremely concerned for former team mate Koby Stevens, whose playing career is in doubt because of the effects of concussion.
 Saints Pies No room for Saints and Pies on Channel 7?
Rather than St Kilda v Collingwood, Channel Seven has decided to air the wedding of an English prince who will never be king
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Saints strengthen Frankston stronghold Richo has challenging meeting with board Saints most likely to play in China
St Kilda announce partnership with AFL South East and Frankston and District Junior Football League. St Kilda coach Alan Richardson was called upon to present the board on Thursday after his side’s disastrous start to the season in a meeting he admitted was “challenging” at times. St Kilda shaping as Port Adelaide’s most likely Shanghai opponent in 2019, reports Caroline Wilson.
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Saints slow start softens Retirement blow Weller opens up on Saints “Yips” Burke: How the Saints can escape “despair”.
St Kilda legend Nick Riewoldt admits he constantly questioned whether he should have played on in 2018 but admits the Saints slow start had somwhat softened the blow. St Kilda midfielder Mav Weller says him and his teammates are leaving no stone unturned in their attempts to solve the clubs goal kicking deficiencies. St Kilda champion Nathan Burke says the struggling Saints are in desperate need of strong leadership in order to arrest their form slump.
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